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High Density Vertical Stacked Printing for Figure 4 Industrial 3D Printing

 

New developments in additive manufacturing (AM) are enabling scalability like never before, with the opportunity to produce high quantities of parts with an affordable cost model that rivals traditional manufacturing methods like injection molding. Unlike injection molding, AM offers greater supply chain flexibility and a strong solution for low-volume and bridge manufacturing, as well as mass customization.

Alongside the materials science and hardware advancements of 3D Systems’ Figure 4 platform that deliver production-grade end-use parts at accelerated speeds, the new high density part stacking feature of 3D Systems’ 3D Sprint software allows efficient part nesting and optimized support generation to enable new efficiency in batch printing and post-processing. This application brief discusses the unique features of 3D Sprint’s support structures and their workflow impacts, along with a clear explanation of the high density part stacking workflow and best practices.

Download the application brief to learn:

  • The benefits of high density part stacking for end use AM part production
  • Design for additive tips
  • Critical success factors when using high density part stacking

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